rsherry at adobe.com
Mon Oct 23 10:00:41 PDT 2006
Hmm, the buttons work for me in Safari. I did notice that once the
move is finished, "Play" doesn't do a Rewind so you have to rewind
using the in-movie controls (and since it plays automatically it's
not easy to spot). Can you try that?
On Oct 23, 2006, at 9:42 AM, Shalini Kamala wrote:
> Hi Rudi,
> I have MacBookPro 1,1
> XCode 2.4
> Firefox 188.8.131.52 (Should I upgrade to Firefox 2.0 ? )
> In Safari, it does appear in Help-->About Plugins, however, doesn't
> respond to Play/Pause button clicks. I have Safari version 2.0.4
> Rudi Sherry wrote on 10/20/2006, 5:26 PM:
>> It worked for me. What version of Mac OS X, Xcode and Firefox do
>> you have? I'm using:
>> Mac OS X 10.4.8
>> Xcode 2.3
>> Firefox 2.0 RC 2
>> If you build it exactly as it is in the example, it should work.
>> In Safari, when you select the menu item Help -> About Plug-ins,
>> does it show?
>> FYI: I did notice that it doesn't show the movie in the right
>> place under Firefox; I had to edit MovieObject.c and in the
>> SetRect call, subtract portBounds.left from the x-values and
>> subtract portBounds.top from the four values, to make it show the
>> movie correctly in both Safari and Firefox (2.0 RC 2).
>> On Oct 18, 2006, at 5:09 PM, Shalini Kamala wrote:
>>> I am new to MAC/XCode, I am trying to write a plugin for Mac.
>>> I started out with NetScapeMoviePlugin sample under webkit, but
>>> it crashes with Firefox. In Safari, it does not load the plugin.
>>> I saw a few postings on the listserv on the same topic. Is there
>>> a fix available ? Or, I am missing something ?
>>> Thanks much!!
>>> webkit-dev mailing list
>>> webkit-dev at opendarwin.org
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